For the past few days we have had either threat of rain, or actual rain, and definitely no blue sky! Today was our reward and my friend and I hopped onto our saddles for a day of riding.

I did not know we had a “No Cruising” area nearby, and until this challenge, I had not seen the sign for it ;’-)

We do love our salmon around here…

Half way through the ride I spotted this fantastic sign.

I have one more sign that I know of that I would like to include for this challenge and I might just get it on my planned ride midweek. If I do not get that sign, oh well it has been a great challenge and I really cannot think of a better sign to end with. ;’-)

9 response to "SEPTEMBER CHALLENGE: SIGNS #15, #16, #17"

    • By: NancyG Posted: September 25, 2018

      So do I Janet. I do see some periodically, but not enough. Always pleased when i see one.

  1. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: September 25, 2018

    < Agrees with Janet and Nancy!

    Salmon sign is kind of amusing to me — because — my Chief Household Officer has several relatives in Washington state.
    Visiting gramma in Montana usually resulted in at least one meal of Salmon from the relatives in WA.
    CHO'hates' seafood – BUT when gramma served it — "Oh its good Gramma, its good, thank you"!
    Im ok with salmon btw! 🙂

    • By: NancyG Posted: September 25, 2018

      Hmmmm… not liking salmon. Interesting ;’-). But Gramma either fixed it just right, or salmon from WA hit the right spot!

  2. By: Suzanne Posted: September 25, 2018

    Great signs! Looking forward to the one you didn’t get today!
    Btw, what is a no cruising area?

    • By: NancyG Posted: September 26, 2018

      Suzanne, here is how it is defined. My understanding is the purpose is to discourage prostitiute business along a busy way, and to discourage gangs (for lack of a better word) driving slowly back and forth in and area to harass each other or others, and waylay problems. Others may have a different interpretataion or understanding, but this is mine.

      No person shall drive or permit a motor vehicle under his or her care, custody or control to be driven past a traffic control point more than two times in the same direction of travel within a two-hour period in or around a posted no cruising area so as to contribute to traffic congestion, obstruction of streets, …
      Chapter 8.35 CRUISING – Code Publishing Co.

      • By: Suzanne Posted: September 26, 2018

        Thanks for the definition and explanation, Nancy! I do remember the guys cruising around town when I was in high school, showing off their cars and looking for girls.

        • By: NancyG Posted: September 26, 2018

          Good point — i suppose so! You are indeed a loophole sleuth.

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